Alpha Kappa Delta
The Sociology department hosts a chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta , the Sociology Honor Society, which was founded in 1920. The name, Alpha Kappa Delta, represents the first three letters of three Greek words: anthropon (mankind), katamanthanein (to investigate thoroughly or to conduct research) and diakonesein (for the purpose of service).
The name, freely interpreted, signifies social research for the purpose of service. There are more than 500 chapters of the Society. Membership is limited to undergraduate and graduate students with high academic achievement.
Congratulations to the AKD Initiation Class of 2015!
2012 inductees into the International Sociological Honor Society (AKD)
Miranda Winters, Chynna Andeola, Dr. Alison Alkon and Gerald Jones